These courses were designed in nine-hole stages by three architects, and when they all were finished, the resort mixed and matched to come up with two superb 18-hole layouts. They are loaded with photo opportunities, created by mammoth ancient boulders, where you often can see adventurous climbers rappelling. Rosie’s Rock, a balancing rock that stands six stories high on the South Course, has served as the backdrop for hundreds of weddings. There also are several excellent dining options and patios where golfers and resort guests relax after their rounds, and the Golden Door Spa is a Zen-like sanctuary that spans 33,000 square feet. If stay-and-play is your thing, you can’t do better than the Boulders resort, which has been named one of the top romantic getaways in the world by Arts and Entertainment Network.
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